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Lorain (formerly HS7W-82); Glycine max; Soybean

Agriculture
Plant Varieties
Plants (Non-GMO)
College
College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES)
Researchers
McHale, Leah
Dorrance, Anne
Feller, Marcia
McIntyre, Scott
Schneider, Rhiannon
St Martin, Steven
Licensing Manager
Dahlman, Jason "Jay"
(614)292-7945
dahlman.3@osu.edu

T2014-284 Lorain is a soybean variety with excellent yields and resistance to Phytophthora sojae. 

LORAIN (formerly HS7W-82) is a 2014 soybean release of the Ohio State University. Lorain is a conventional soybean variety being released due to its excellent yields and race-specific resistance Rps1c to Phytophthora sojae. Based on a single green house assay, Lorain is moderately susceptible to Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS). Root rot scores indicated that Lorain has high levels of partial resistance which are similar to Dennison. Lorain is a 3.4 maturity variety with white flowers, light tawny pubescence, dull yellow seed coat, black hilum and indeterminate growth habit.